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An easy way to protect the data on your website

Comodo SSL 1 Domain (w.IDN)
  • Easy to get, easy to install
  • Internationalized Domain Names (IDN)
  • Per one domain (domain and www.domain)
  • 256-bit encryption

15

EUR per year

No available

Comodo PositiveSSL Wildcard
  • Easy to get, easy to install
  • Certificate re-issue is free of charge
  • Per one domain and all subdomains of the root domain
  • 256-bit encryption

80

EUR per year

No available

Every website needs protection

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FAQ

What is the difference between the Comodo SSL and Comodo Positive SSL Wildcard certificates that you offer?
  • Comodo SSL 1 Domain is one of the most popular cost-effective certificates. This certificate is issued for one domain, including the WWW option - e.g., for site.com and www.site.com. Verifies the right of ownership for the domain name. 256-bit encryption.
  • Comodo Positive SSL Wildcard is a higher-ranking certificate. It is issued for one domain and all domains of the root domain, e.g., for site.com and test.site.com. Verifies the right of ownership for the domain name. 256-bit encryption.
How quickly is an SSL certificate issued?
Most domain confirmation orders required to receive an SSL certificate are processed automatically. Normally, it takes around 10 minutes. However, from time to time a certification center might be processing those requests manually, which means that it takes longer to issue a certificate.
What is the verification process when an SSL certificate is issued?
Various verification procedures apply depending on the certificate level. For cheaper certificates with a domain validation procedure, there are three steps of verification that only take a couple of minutes: the owner of the domain sends a request to the certification center, the latter sends an email to the domain owner who has to reply to that email, and the certification center verifies the ownership of the domain. Once the certificate is in place, there is a visual proof of it in the address bar - a lock icon. This one is a positive sign for users, as it confirms that the domain is valid and the data are transmitted securely.